How is the Nerve withdrawal procedure done?
It is done in several stages
- Removing the core of the tooth nerve that has been damaged or completely inflamed from within the tooth.
- Cleaning the surrounding area inside the tooth cavity.
- Stuff the tooth and close it well.
Steps of nerve withdrawal
The nerve withdrawal begins with an X-ray of the affected tooth, to determine the shape of the root canal.
A special rubber tool is placed around the tooth to isolate it from the rest of the jaw and protect it from saliva exposure in order to protect the tooth from any contamination during the process of pulling and cleaning the nerve.
Your doctor opens the tooth with a special excavator until it reaches the root canal and the damaged nerve core.
Your doctor then removes the nerve core from the inside and cleans the root canal well using special tools.
A rubber-like filling is prepared to fill the root canal cavity, then the root canals that are treated with a special substance are closed after taking all necessary internal measurements of the root canal.
The crown of the tooth is installed especially in cases where the tooth erodes completely, the manufacture and installation of the crown of the tooth may take several days or weeks until the laboratory technician prepares the tooth after taking its measurements.
It is a very successful and safe surgical procedure that replaces the lost bones in the jaw, mouth, and face. A natural process called atrophy can lead to bone loss or gradual shrinking due to the lack of stimulation of chewing when there’s a gap after tooth loss. The pressure that dentures cause on the gums during chewing decreases the blood supply, which may also increase bone loss.
When jaw bone transplantation is necessary?
When teeth are lost or removed, the bone that carried the tooth in place begins to deteriorate and get absorbed (absorbed back into the body).
When bone decline occurs due to tooth loss
How to perform a jaw transplant
Jaw bone transplantation can be performed using either the patient’s natural bone from inside the mouth, or using an artificial bone material.
Bone grafting is used to build or add any areas of thin or soft bones naturally and this will rebuild a more height and thickness to the jawbone.
The graft not only replaces the missing bone, but also helps to regenerate the bones.
Over time, bone grafting will harden and integrate with your natural bone, boosting new bone growth and improving bone density, and new bone growth will strengthen the grafted area by creating a bridge between existing bone and the graft.
Over time, the newly formed bone will replace many of the grafted materials.
Depending on your particular condition, we will use either particle grafting, mass grafts, or both.
Jaw bone transplantation substance is wrapped around an area with insufficient bones, while mass grafts are installed in the jawbone.
We’ll also generally use an absorbable membrane to help regenerate bones.
Dental fillers aim to repair damaged teeth that have been damaged by decay and progressive wear due to low level of hygiene in the mouth, and it also aims to repair cracked teeth within the so-called dental restoration.
Before teeth filling
Your doctor usually asks you to perform an X-ray of the teeth, or a panoramic image, in order to accurately diagnose dental disease.
During dental filling
Opening the tooth canal and removing any decay that have accumulated by special tools, and then radically removing damaged dental tissue.
Filling The resulting cavity with a special material that usually consists of a set of metals after drilling the layers of the tooth to allow it to be filled, where the filling layers are inserted slowly, allowing each layer to dry and close in the best form.
You should avoid eating or drinking for two hours after the procedure, and after the first day of treatment you may experience pain in the area, so painkillers can be used as needed.
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